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Over a period of two weeks in September 2018, the Gortyn Law Code was taken down at the Museum of Classical Archaeology (MoCA). The team tasked with the de-install were Kirstie Williams ACR, UCM Organics Conservator; Susanne Turner, Curator at MoCA; and Hannah Price, then Museum & Collections Assistant at MoCA. What is the Gortyn Law Code? The Gortyn Law Code,... Read full article
The University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) are working in partnership with Wisbech and Fenland Museum (W&FM) to highlight its remarkable but little known collections and to develop projects of mutual interest. Following discussions between the Fitzwilliam Museum (the largest of the UCMs), it was decided to embark on a pilot documentation project – code name ‘Operation Wisbech Ceramics’ – to... Read full article
On Remembrance Sunday 2018 it will be one hundred years since the signing of the Armistice agreement, at the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month, which effectively brought an end to the First World War. To mark the occasion, this blog explores the making and meaning of a portfolio of lithographic prints which were commissioned by... Read full article
When I joined the Museum of Classical Archaeology as Education and Outreach Coordinator back in 2013, one of my first actions was to set up a project to offer after-school Latin clubs in couple of local state-maintained primary schools. Hot on the heels of having left behind a career as a Latin teacher, it seemed like an easy first project... Read full article
EECERA (European Early Childhood Education Research Association) organises the largest Early Years Research conference in Europe. This year’s conference in Budapest included delegates from more than 90 countries and discussed a huge range of topics on the theme of Early Childhood Education, Families and Communities. Thanks to support from the Fitzwilliam Museum’s Marlay Fund, I was delighted to be able... Read full article

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